posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 03:21 AM
Here's an extract from the guardian link:
The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, intervened to prevent a Christian advertising campaign from promoting the idea that gay people can be
converted to heterosexuality.
Just days before the posters were due to appear on buses in the capital, Johnson ordered his transport chiefs to pull the adverts booked by two
conservative Anglican groups following outrage among gay campaigners and politicians saying that they were homophobic. The adverts were booked on
behalf of the Core Issues Trust whose leader, Mike Davidson, believes "homoerotic behaviour is sinful".
His charity funds "reparative therapy" for gay Christians, which it claims can "develop their heterosexual potential". The campaign was also
backed by Anglican Mainstream, a worldwide orthodox Anglican group whose supporters have equated homosexuality with alcoholism. The advert was due to
say: "Not gay! Post-gay, ex-gay and proud. Get over it!"
So any such thing as post-gay? I am glad Boris intervened I can't believe in 2012 that people are still adamant that homosexuality is something that
needs to be treated. Also I wonder how gay christians feel about this poster?